san alarm call, a leopard, lion or hyena comes by, one of these guys squeals, everybody bolts. they live in burrows and use that big head and when they get older, big tusks. >> how big will he get? >> probably twice the size of this. >> okay. >> they are not huge animals but still, really, really neat, i think. a mane that shoots up, the tail stick up. >> you are okay with him running around the studio? >> just a baby, not going to hurt you. >> okay. all right. make the noise? >> move to our next animal, also a baby. >> following milk boy. >> little guy here. >> oh, that's cute. >> this is adorable, right. >> what is it? >> a co-wartier, a co-watt ta money day, a species in south america, you can pet, a few weeks old, a teensy baby here, going to get to be probably five or eight times the size he is right now. so check out the tail. obviously, what do you think he is related to? >> a raccoon. >> exactly.